The wellness section of the Spa provides the sauna-lovers special experiences. In the indoor section 3 Finnish saunas, an infra sauna, a steam bath, an aroma-cubicle, a salt cubicle and 2 cooling pools can be found. Taking a sauna gives opportunity for relaxation, recreation and refreshment for both the body and the mind. Saunas are exceptionally useful as they really get our circulation to work, promotes cell-reformation and enhances the body's natural immune system. As a result of the hot air the skin obviously reforms its structure, it becomes soft and smooth. By sweating, we get rid of toxins accumulated on our bodies, and it is also useful as a remedy for muscle strain. Not only does hot air relax the muscles but it also gets the body to produce endorphin (natural happiness-hormone). It really does the work as a stress-reliever.
Finnish sauna. The most widespread type of saunas, in which the temperature is about 80-100 °C with a relatively low, 10-30 % humidity level. It is worth taking your time when using a Finnish sauna and also for the relaxation afterwards. A calming, thorough sauna has 3-4 turns and lasts for about one and a half hour. First of all, a shower is needed to get rid of all the contamination from the skin (sweat, lotions, roll-on-marks). Using a towel is also essential because the water on the skin hinders sweating and evaporation. In our saunas you will find benches in different levels. On lower benches the temperature is lower, while it can be very hot on the upper ones, so in this way you can choose the desired temperature. The hot steam that is created by splashing water on the stones makes you feel the air hotter, while it still has the same temperature. By increasing the temperature, sweating also increases. The experience of sauna can be made even more pleasant by adding scented oils to the water.
Infra sauna. The infrared sauna emits infrared rays in the range of invisible light. The skin warms up evenly and nicely, the pores dilate and the rays get through the skin layers approximately to the depth of 4 cm. There it turns into thermal energy and by the circulation system the whole body warms up. Due to this warm-up phase, the circulation gets faster, which has a positive effect on the cardiovascular system. The metabolism gets faster and due to the fastening of the secretion process, the body gets rid of the excreta more efficiently, therefore the excessive acidity decreases. The immune system gets activated, our self-healing and self-protecting power rises.
Aroma cubicle. In the aroma cubicles, the vapour of the aroma oils is inhaled in room temperature. According to the type of aroma used, they can have relaxing or refreshing effects. It is great for relieving stress.
Steam bath. Should you find the high temperature of the Finnish sauna uncomfortable, you can relax in the steam bath, which has a more moderate temperature of about 43 °C, while the humidity is higher (100%), therefore sweating is guaranteed. Since the body heats up gradually, it is not straining, so it is also recommended for people with problems with their circulatory system.
Salt cubicle. The evaporating salt has a positive effect on the skin and it has anti-inflammatory effects, as well. It is recommended for asthmatic and chronic respiratory illnesses.
Alternate bath. Cold and how watered bath next to each other. As a result, the blood vessels dilate and contract. It is great for stimulating the circulatory system. The pool with the cold water is the „after-pool” of the saunas.
Refreshing massage. One of the oldest stress-relieving procedures. Its purpose is to mellow the muscles of the body. As a result, the circulation gets better, it restores the flexibility of the skin and muscles. Its muscle-mellowing effect makes it one of the most popular relaxation method.